Originally Posted by patman
The pats were so broke one year that they could not afford to draft Cortez Kennedy in 1990 and had to trade out of the slot.
The only good thing I can remember from his ownership as I had Season tickets then was that he developed a plan for parking lot egress after the game. It cut the flow out of the lots greatly. The only thing the team sucked so bad there was only 40,000 fans there every game.
But it was so much more fun going to the games in the 70s and 80s than now. When we won a game it was like a shock. You see these early 30s patriot fans that never seen a horrible season.
Wow, nice trip down memory lane. Kiam's parking lot plan sounds like Hess saying the reason we're moving from Shea is to get better bathrooms.
You are right about the young Pats fans not having much pain.....at least my sons(28,26, and 23) have been through the ringer with me over the years. I think they are immune to the Jets by now.